Fox News L.A. Coverage of NO OBAMA AMNESTY RALLY
Rally Staged on the date of the Supreme Court Obama Executive Amnesty Hearing
San Bernardino City Hall & San Bernardino Mexican Consulate – San Bernardino, CA
April 18, 2016 Report by Robin Hvidston
GRINDALL YOU TUBE VIDEOS:
AMERICANS PROTEST AGAINST OBAMA’S ILLEGAL EXECUTIVE AMNESTY ON DAY OF SCOTUS HEARING.
HISTORIC: AMERICANS STORM MEXICAN CONSULATE. DEMAND EQUAL RIGHTS, FREE STUFF, DRIVER’S LICENSES.
On 4/18/16 the Supreme Court Obama Executive Amnesty oral arguments were heard, United States v. Texas. A ruling is expected in June 2016. READ the Supreme Court transcript from the 4/18/16 hearing here:
SAN BERNARDINO MEXICAN CONSULATE
The San Bernardino Mexican Consulate is across the street from the San Bernardino City Hall.
The San Bernardino Mexican Consul has been a powerful force in support of Obama Executive Amnesty. Below is a quotation from November 2014 when Obama introduced his executive amnesty plan.
The Mexican government was also pleased with President Obama’s action, announcing Fridayvia the Consulate of Mexico in San Bernardino that the Obama administration’s measures will “increase the already significant contributions that Mexicans make to the economy and society of the United States.”
In response, the Consulate of Mexico in San Bernardino, which covers Riverside County as well, will belaunching a comprehensive strategy to ensure that undocumented immigrants in the Inland Empire who may qualify for a deferment stay informed and are receiving the legal assistance and documentation necessary to aid them in the process, said Carolina Zaragoza Flores, Chief Consul of Mexico for San Bernardino.
Attorneys for the Mexican Consulate will be available to provide legal assistance, and brochures will be available at the consulate office and its mobile Consulate on Wheels, which travels the Inland Empire providing services, Flores said.
“We have a network of organizations we work with that we’re going to have help us with disseminating the information,” Flores said.
More information on what the consulate is doing will be disclosed during a news conference at 11 a.m. Monday at the Mexican Consulate in San Bernardino, located at 293 N. D S
PETITION TO SAN BERNARDINO MEXICAN CONSUL
The Mexican Consulate security team LOCKED the doors on the U.S. Citizens – and refused to take the petition. This was the treatment of U.S. Citizens by the Mexican government as U.S. Citizens are forced to pay billions of dollars, every year, to Mexico’s citizens in the USA illegally in order educate them, pay for incarceration of illegals who commit crimes, provide healthcare and social services.
A call to the Mexican Consul General has been made, seeking to schedule an appointment with him in order to deliver the petitions and information packet.
(909) 889-9836 ext 235 San Bernardino Mexican Consulate http://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/sanbernardino/
VIDEO: U.S. Citizens’ Petition REFUSED
FILE COPY OF THE PETITION
SAN BERNARDINO GUATEMALAN CONSULATE
A NEWLY opened Guatemalan Consulate – is on the property adjacent to the San Bernardino City Hall so a contingent from the rally visited the Guatemalan Consulate.
Above San Bernardino Guatemalan Consul General Billy Munoz Miranda.
Betty Robinson spoke on behalf of Dominic Durden, who was killed by a Gutemalan, with a criminal record, illegally living in Riverside County, which is within the jurisdiction of the district of Consul General Billy Munoz Miranda. A packet with information opposing Obama Executive Amnesty was given to the consul general.
26 STATES SIGNED THE FEDERAL INJUNCTION TO STOP OBAMA EXECUTIVE AMNESTY
During the Rally – the names of the 26 states that filed the injunction in the U.S. District Court of Texas, were read out loud and THANKED, as the name of each state was read. Those 26 states are:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
POLICE CALLED ON SCENE DURING THE RALLY!
2 POLICE INVOLVED INCIDENTS OCCURRED DURING THE RALLY.
A male (Latino) on a motorcycle had been stalking the rally at various points. Finally, he revved his engine, and at a high speed, raced his motocycle into the gutter in an attempt to “graze” the rally line. Fortunately, no one was hurt. It occurred so rapidly, his license plate was not recorded. Police were called and a report was taken.
The Mexican Consulate called the police when the delivery of the petition to the Mexican Consul was attempted. However, when the officers arrived, the rally line was back in place in front of the San Bernardino City Hall. The police officers interviewed Robin Hvidston about the incident in front of the Mexican Consulate. She explained that the group attempted to deliver a petition, which was refused by the Mexican Consulate security team.